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2 April 2013
Welcome to your April Newsletter.
In this issue, we recap on the Chancellor's Budget Report and look at the highlight announcements that could affect your business or personal finances.
Additionally, the Deputy Prime Minister outlined plans to give employers greater influence over apprenticeship qualifications and standards so we look at what this mean in practice.
Responses to the news that millions of UK adults have left work to care for a family member are examined, and in Your Money, it was announced that a committee of MPs will look at ways to decrease the number and cost of whiplash insurance claims in the UK. We'll look at reasons for the inquiry and responses to the announcement.Go Back
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